Bachelor of Science in Economics

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The Bachelor of Science in Economics major offers a strong background in quantitative and analytical economics with statistics, econometrics, and options in applied or mathematical economics. You will be prepared for a career as an economic or financial analyst.

Course Requirements

Curriculum & Requirements

Economics Major, Bachelor of Science (BS)

Grade Requirements: in order to graduate with a BS in Economics students must complete ECON 304 and ECON 305 with a minimum grade ≥C and the cumulative GPA for all courses completed towards the major must be ≥2.0.

Introductory Non-Economics Core9-10
BUSINESS STATISTICS 1
STATISTICS FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
ELEMENTARY PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
CALCULUS I
ALGEBRA CONCEPTS
FINITE MATHEMATICS
Introductory Economics Core-choose two courses from the following list10
GENERAL EDUCATION ECONOMICS
INTRODUCTION TO MICROECONOMICS
INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMICS
Upper Level Economics Core15
INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMIC THEORY (minimum grade ≥C )
INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMIC THEORY (minimum grade ≥C )
ECONOMETRICS
List A Electives-choose three courses from the following list14-15
ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS
SUSTAINABILITY ECONOMICS
POLITICAL ECONOMY
ECONOMICS OF POVERTY AND DISCRIMINATION
LABOR ECONOMICS
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
ECONOMIC HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES
MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS
MONEY AND BANKING
PUBLIC FINANCE AND PUBLIC POLICY
HEALTH ECONOMICS
SPORTS ECONOMICS
BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS
ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
List B Electives-choose two courses from the following list10
CRITICAL GIS
WORKPLACE COMMUNICATIONS USING COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
CALCULUS II
CALCULUS III
LINEAR ALGEBRA
Senior Capstone
ECON 490ECONOMICS SENIOR CAPSTONE5
Total Credits63-65

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